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English: A "straight-necked" Conn C melody saxophone - model "8M" (New Wonder Series 1) with a serial number which dates manufacture to 1922. This instrument has rolled tone holes, a Conn micro-tuner on the neck, and is silver-plated. Note that this saxophone is in an unrestored state and the silver plating is tarnished.
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